Castellare di Castellina Grappa
Grappa is made from the dregs of Sangioveto, the prince of the Chianti grapes. The dregs are distilled fresh, right after crushing and still oozing juice. Method of distilling: at the Santa Teresa Distillery owned by the Marolo brothers of Mussotto d'Alba, in a discontinuous double-boiler type still. Percentage of alcohol: 44% Organoleptic characteristics: white color, clean fragrance, ample, pleasing, elegant aroma in which the grape is recognizable; smooth, lively, elegant flavor with the appropriate amount of alcohol of strong character.
Your prices for the Castellare di Castellare Grappa are "extremely" misleading. While you list and show the picture of the Castellare Grappa, "all" of the retailers listed are for the Castellare Chianti Classico wine not for the Grappa. This is blatant "bait and switch"!
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